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is committed to making sure it happens the source in front of us is the mel ruse we're going to find a different source. >> i guess the question is with the mel ruse how did this decision be made whether or not the park is paid for out of the mel ruse. >> i can tell you it's an eligible cost there's nothing that needs to change in terms of the progress i think i need from someone else but in terms of the project we need that. >> essentially supervisors it's similar to our annual progress we bring the agency to project the revenue and have the parks be part of the expenditure plan it will come before you as part of the capital budget. >> it will not that will have to be ultimately approved by the board. >> through the capital budget right. >> okay. thank you. supervisor kim >> i just had a quick question about the park again. i know one of the revenue idea that came up around private sponsoring i didn't have this chance to ask it but if the city has examples italian-american i'm not sure this is the best question for tjpa >> i'm not aware of a public open space by i can't see
'll meningitis the $37 million for the parks will or may come out of the mel ruse a that's another $37 million less for the downtown extension is that fair. >> you said 16 is an equivalent amount. >> so 618 minus 37. >> you see sort of the pattern of my questions i'm concerned with since this project is it will be out of the ground zoo soon but there's plenty of opportunity for cost changes. i'm going to predict every time the cost change or some increased costs that's we've got this pot of money that would have been $818 million to downtown and now down to 6 hundred plus million dollars now the shortfall from the park comes out of the mel ruse you down to 581 i see the number diminishing and diminishing further you know urge to get to the next page and i know you'll get there i know you're as passionate about the dp x i want to make sure we're not shooting ourselves in the foot by viewing the mel ruse you funds instead of trying to gaud them, you know, zealously for use in the d t x, x but use them to make up shortfalls i'm concerned it might be used to pay for the parks. it's the easy way
in the pipeline we'll have to bid toward a future bridge tolls some of the funds for the mel ruse. i mentioned the property tax increment that is committed to the project that flows from 2005 to 2050 and although the redevelopment agencies have been developed that's considered a enforceable obligation we're using those funds to repay one hundred and 71 million for phase one, however, the number of tax increment over the 45 year period is much more than we need to repay the $171 million so our financial advisors say depending upon when we seek out a second loan it would be in the area of 3 to $40 million. we're going to expend the period of those that property tax increment is allocated to the project even though redevelopment has dissolved to the plan are will expire in 2050 the property taxs will be collected and we will allocate those from 2050 to 20060 that generates another million dollars and we're going to look at down the road when the d t x is implemented collecting the passenger fees a that's the as far on the tickets for high speed rail that depending on with it begins could generate
the monies that were going to be receiving from the mel ruse $28.5 million towards the construction of the park and another 2 hundred million from the mel ruse. phase two is the tunnel it connects the tunnel into king and the new transit center. on this map first of all, you see alignment 4.3 miles going up targeted downtown i up to the new trait center another thing the need for the d t x extension a lot of people that don't use caltrain they don't see that but you'll see on the slide the area half mark radius there are one hundred and 80 thousand jobs compared to other figures of jobs open fourth and king about a tenfold difference the other thing on the aerial part of the city this is a few years old the area north of market is built out not a lot of room to grow it's a long term grossly goal to shift into the south of market neighborhood. you saw this slide earlier during adams presentation but it shows that we're having tremendous success many buildings underway and another 8 residential buildings south of the district plan in the rincon point hear so the shifting development o
funding impact fees on the new development that was adopted as well as the development to propose the mel ruse district we've been developing on the materials to form the mel ruse and that's what we're presenting to you today. so to go into a little bit of information it was proposed we're presenting to you today is fully consistent with what's in the plan in terms of the agreements and terms approved and adopted by the board of supervisors in 2012. just to mention a major development it per the planning code and the developer partners. existing development is not required to join 9 mel ruse district only on new prospers that pays for the downtown rail extension. so here's a map showing the proposed district the initial parcels their shaded on a gray on the formation and includes the publicly owned projects and has as part of their at this time to join the district. there's a future ann satisfaction area and as parcels get dialed within the area and trigger that they'll vote into the district. one of the significant components is the rate of portion time how the tax a calculated and acces
by the district plan the same boundary u boundary you'll see for the mel reduce district a contract as ken mentioned through the transit center significant now height increasing in the velocity up to one thousand feet and up to eight-hundred feet to support new transit oriented growth in the sort of most transit served area in the region and to help fund the attributing e type 2 diabetes terminal that was a competitive streetscape plan that was down we're flushing you tell out with the costs estimates to carry the new number of huge people into the term and there was a significant planning for open space over 8 acres of open space and part of the plan was to adapt the implementation plan to help us pay our the facilities including the tjpa project there were a couple of different funding impact fees on the new development that was adopted as well as the development to propose the mel ruse district we've been developing on the materials to form the mel ruse and that's what we're presenting to you today. so to go into a little bit of information it was proposed we're presenting to you today
now to discuss all of it, mel robbins, a cnn commentator and legal analyst. marc lamont hill, cnn commenter, comedian and activist. mr. hal sparks and mandy stottmiller, editor at large for xo jane. >> are you a soccer fanatic now? >> i'm so happy america finally came around to knowing what every 10-year-old in the country has known for a very long time, that soccer can be really fun. but make no mistake about it. we are going to stop caring in about five minutes. we're too new to the sport. yeah. >> mel, you may be right. you have a point there, right? >> yes. look, in many suburbs around the country, there are children that are born wearing a pair of soccer shorts. but once they go on into high school and parents realize they're not going get recruited for college sports, their love affair with soccer ends abruptly. we don't care. we're out. you're going to watch the tune-in rates plummet, plummet, plummet, plummet. >> soccer -- as soccer ends up being more beneficial for kids in that way in that there is no end game, no pun intended, and kids grow up to be things like scientist
"noi" in 2 not different from his father mel brooks writing for the show of shows. but max brooks carved out a different path of his own. he's the author of the best-selling novel, world war z which earned him a cult following to say the least. he is also the author of a very different graphic novel out that came straight from history called the harlem hell fighter who tells the story of a hard fighting infantry regimen? world war i. i'm delighted to you have on the program. max, good to see you. >> thank you. >> i want to start and get this out of the way. i get asked everywhere i go by people here and there, how do i get on the show? i want to be on the show. i have this project. i have this book. how do we get on the show? and i'm going to start telling people. what you have to do is have a really, really famous father who is like iconic and who just pounds you merslessly and who comes on the show and brings his son's book and pounds you mercy fully, just berates. this is what happened. here we go. this is max. that is max brooks. max brooks wrote a couple of books. the first b
the radnor police department. dave, what's going on here? >> reporter: lucy, radnor police say allen true mel work at this mcdonald's for two years. the drug sales have been going for six to eight months. they say he work the afternoon and evening shift and probably made about 1500 bucks a week with this scheme. >> give you a definition of what may be considered a happy meal. >> reporter: that comment from police after they arrested 29 year old mcdonald's employee allen tra mel after he sold them crack cocaine on several occasions. at this mainline mcdonald's in radnor. >> our officers would call ahead on the cell phone establish a date and time where they would meet mr. tra mel when he was working at the mcdonald'. >> he was busted tuesday night after allegedly made four separate crack cocaine sales to undercover officers. >> he would sell crack cocaine in package form to the undercover officers in the parking lot of the mcdonald's while he was working and return back to work. >> reporter: detectives seized 57 packets of crack in these pink envelopes when they buffed tra mel. they were selli
of the fiery moms i know, mel robbins joining us via skype from michigan. thanks for being here, mel. >> of course, thanks for having me. >> in some ways when i looked at the study it seems to confirm what we'd already started to see with smaller, more anecdotal studies. i don't think it comes as a big surprise. but what were the main takeaways for you? >> basically there were three. this was a study from the university of melbourne where they looked at 315 same-sex parents, sanjay, and they said three things that were really important. first of all in the category of general health, well-being and family cohesion, these kids that are being raised by gay parents are actually faring better than their peers. the second thing that the study concluded was that in most of the other categories, they're doing just the same as their peers. and then finally, they took a look at stigma, and the stigma that kids being raised by gay parents face, and that is the huge issue that i think is really important to dive into because it really impacts the way that these kids feel, of course. >> i mean,
after smith intimated women sometimes provoke battering. yesterday mel robinson and i called for smith's suspension and that in itself caused, well, some silliness. it is nice that smith apologized, but i wonder if espn will do what it ought to do, suspend smith. look, in 2012 the management at espn expressed outrage when two employees used the phrase "chink in the armor" while referencing jeremy lin, the asian basketball player, one employee suspended for 30 days and the other was fired. why is espn giving smith a pass? >> the feminazis are fried. they're really worked up over the ray rice suspension, the baltimore ravens and the commissioner of the nfl sent a guy out to try to explain what happened, ended up throwing gasoline on the fire, made it worse. i watched a couple of women on cnnen this morning, just livid, and these were elderly feminazis, they claim his apology was on a teleprochter which means somebody wrote it and he didn't really mean it so they're after stephen a. smith at espn. >> seriously, elderly feminazis, is that all you got rush? i hate to tell you honey but you
not submit false reports. in phoenix debbie allen believes her husband mel died because of bonuses. mel died of bladder cancer after waiting eighth months for care but she said officials would not report the delay s because that would cost them money. >> it was disgusting. for money, for bonuses. it's really careful. >> we could not reach sharon helman. susan bowers who has since retired told us in a phone interview she was not aware of findings of manipulation of data and her bonus was based on the many positive things done while i was there. cynthia mccormack seblts us to the headquarters. she said she got her information based on the information available at the time. what's coming to congress is a much closer look as to why the bonuses weren't stopped. senior level bonuses have already been suspended for this year, but not even chairman miller would eliminate all of the bonuses because he said thousands of hard-working employees deserve them. wyatt andrews, cbs news, washington. >>> well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," live reports on hurricane arthur. >>> plus, a
mel rob yinls, janet johnson and shelby county district attorney d.a. so amy, i'm going to begin with you. as a district attorney general in memphis, how often do you see children left in hot cars? and there's a new law that went into effect there last week. >> the new law is a civil law that gives people immunity from civil lawsuits if they break someone's car to rescue a child. but far too often we have incidents in shelby county. here in memphis it gets very hot. far too often we have incidents where children are removed from cars. oftentimes still alive but unfortunately, sometimes it is too late. >> what sticks out to you, if anything, about the harris case, amy? >> well, what do you mean? just the -- >> in general, if you see this happening a lot, rate? and then there is a new civil law where you are, is there something that stands out in this particular case as to what the father said or to the actions of either of the parents? >> well, not really. it's a tragic, horrible situation. and i think what strikes us every time these situations arise, no matter where they are in
to thank sfgovtv for their coverage with mel and tholg and with that colleagues wish everyone a wonderful recess and next open september 2nd michelle's. there's no further business. . ladies and gentlemen, we're adjourned.
and mel robbins, cnn commentator and legal analyst. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> and jane, i know you've been speaking to friends of the family. we just heard from chris, one of the friends of justin ross harris. he wants to stand by his friend. you can hear that, but he is sort of saying he's looking at the evidence and he doesn't know that he can. what are these friends telling you? >> well, i spoke to chris as well last night, and there's a sense of betrayal, and that is really the essence of this story, a man who was living a double life, and what these search warrants show is that authorities have just scratched the surface of this double life, and they want to dig deep and find out what other taxic secrets were going on in the harris household. we know this sexting which the defense tried to describe as irrelevant fantasy, had been going on for a while. one of the females that he was sexting as his son roasted in the hot car was 17, but she was 16 when he had started sexting her, according to authorities. so that's going on for a while, and i rea
child is choking... >> it is the voice of britney mel cher asking first responders to rush to her house and help her baby who stopped breathing. she said their one-year-old son went limp after choking on a metal washer. >> i heard him say address and i heard it again and recognized it as my own address. >> he was able to clear his son's airway by removing the washer with his own finger. they credit her with good composure and she treated the call with the same urgency she treats every call. >>> a new 911 baby, they are credited her. >> so so they looked around and say they saw her with something between her legs. she was having a baby and they had to wait for paramedics to arrive. >> she started to communicate, i asked her is it a boy or girl, does it have already a name and she still doesn't know the mother's name and she is trying to help again and is asking to start collecting baby clothes to donate. at that is an incredible story. >>> 4:48 is the time, let's check in with sal. >> pam, your cold is hardly noticeable. i'm taking over for what frank would have said. >> i am getting a l
room. it's mel b. mel b. is in the orange room. >> nice to see you. >> you look fantastic. >> so do you. >> you're going to join us in a bit. >> i am. >> it's mel b. you can see we got showers and thunderstorms. warm, moist, humid air being pumped up ahead of this front. we're go i think to look at the colder air behind the front. temperatures about 20 degrees colder. in between those two we're looking at strong storms. chicago, you're going to have a great day today. by late in the day, showers and thunderstorms develop. and here's the area of strong weather today from nebraska, kansas city, chicago, milwaukee. damaging winds, hail, heavy rain, and the isolated that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the wood >>> a good-looking day shaping up. it's 9:11 now. taking a good look at the radar, which has really started to improve over the past half hour or so. this is all that's leftover, but i can tell you, we're still fair game for a residual shower or two as we head throughout the morning. beautiful shot in san francisco, shows you that clearin
for anyone who did not submit false reports. in phoenix debbie allen believes her husband mel died because of bonuses. mel allen died of bladder cancer after waiting 8 months for care. but she says officials would not report long delays because that would cost them money. >> and now they're covering up the cover-up, which is really a disgusting thing to do. for money? you know? for bonuses? it's really terrible. now i don't have a husband. and many other people are in the same situation. >> reporter: we could not reach sharon helman, the suspended director in phoenix, for comment. susan bowers who has since retired told us in a phone interview she was not aware of findings of manipulation of data and that her 2013 bonus was based on the many positive things done while i was there. cynthia mccormack referred to us va headquarters which said mccormack met her performance standards and got her bonus based on information available at the time. >> what's now coming in congress is a much-closer look at why more of these bonuses weren't stopped as the investigations unfolded. senior level va bonu
but they were unsuccessful. his body was taken to the mel examiner's office in university city for an autopsy. >> central detectives are investigating it as a sudden death which we do with all sudden death situations or incidents. at this point we have to wait on the medical examiner's report to return. >> reporter: ben deck ran nightclubs across the country including the dba nightclub and popular av nightclub in los angeles. he was reported in philadelphia scouting out possible new business ventures. detectives are tracking his whereabouts in the hours before his death. >> where he was located, any people that may have been with him. those type of things. in terms what may have led to his death. >> sources say no drugs, alcohol or drug paraphernalia were found in his room. >> they have to backtrack and just kind of see his whole pattern in terms of leading up to that moment that he was discover. >> reporter: now, an autopsy today proved inclusive. there were no signs of trauma and the mel examiner's office will have to conduct more tests before they can decide the cause and manner of death h
with mel gibson and jodi foster this time as brett maverick, sr. >> this silly little creature is named maverick and my name is annie bell. i'll be taking has coach. >> so am i. >> this is the best job in the world being an actor and it's one of the toughest but it's one -- couldn't be any better. >> garner spent nearly 50 years as a leading man. omar villa franco for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> the actress who played mel gibson's young daughter in the patriot as died. sky was found dead in bed inside her houston apartment yesterday. she was just 21 year old. it was not immediately clear as to how she died. an autopsy is being performed. >>> faa continues its investigation in a fiery hot air balloon crash and explosion captured on tape. that is what happened when the balloon called the razz berry ripple struck a power line in massachusetts. five of the six people on board did suffer burns. this incident happened last night in a suburb near boston. eyewitnesses say when the balloon hit the power lines, it caused at least two explosions and quickly caught fire. >> huge turn out for a fund
rooms. >> old mill farm is the 75 acre estate in greenwich connecticut, where mel group -- where mel gibson once raised his kids. it's back on the market and it's a storybook property. >> coming up, the rebound in the u.s. housing market is getting a used from a special group of homebuyers. ♪ >> welcome back. this is "bottom line" on bloomberg television. skyrocketed,limes upsetting margarita lovers around the country, especially during cinco de mayo celebrations. but recently, lime prices have dropped back down to more reasonable rates. bloomberg business week gets to the root of the problems and explains why the cycle is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. >> every other year we go through the same ritual -- lime rice a spike and people wonder why they are paying $.50 a lime and soda of $.30 a lime. there is bad weather or we talk about the lima blight slowly moving its way up to him brazil to central america. these are all real problems but they are not the problem. the reason we have the price spikes is because we've chosen to get all of our lines -- and i mean 97% o
. joining me now, former federal prosecutor kimberly priest johnson. mark o'marra, and legal analyst mel robins. thank you all for joining us. it is important, i want to point this out. leanna harris has not been charged with any offense. cnn has no independent knowledge that she is under investigation. however, cnn has confirmed that she has made similar statements to police regarding researching in car deaths as her husband ross has admitted to. we don't know when these alleged searches were made. and i think the timing is probably pretty important. what else do we need to know? >> i think the big question here is motive. when they talk to the relatives, the family members, the people that attended that funeral, everybody says the same thing. this was a couple who loved little cooper. he was the center of their lives. this guy has no criminal record. so there is absolutely no motive in this case as of yet. that will be key moving forward. i personally don't think there is a case here at all. that the guy needs to go home. >> when i said it will be key if they researched when they were
's former attorney. also, mel robinson, comments tater and legal analyst. and alex ferrer, a former police officer, a former florida circuit court judge and the host of the television show joet jud judge alex. are people rushing to judgment you think on justin harris? >> i don't think there is any doubt that is what is going on here? i think it's quite obvious. and once you have a story like this, as they say in the media has legs, it keeps going on and on and on. and before you know it, they're dragging in thanks, personal things and private things about this man's life that are frankly irrelevant to whether or not he did something intentional or not. >> you listened before. you heard what justin ross harris said. but do you -- have you seen anything in this that would lead you to believe there may be an innocent explanation for all of this? >> well, i actually do think there is an innocent explanation, don. and i wrote an opinion piece on cnn.com that went bananas, basically telling everybody, but you indict this woman, step back and take a look at the fax. the police keep say thanksgivi
and child cruelty. joining me now, cnn legal analyst, mel robbins, and our senior legal correspondent, host from cnn "reliable sources" brian stelter. brian, it's your job to watch tv and read newspapers. i want to begin with you as far as the perspective from media. because going back to richard jewell, i remember being at those olympics and i think a lot of people forget he was cleared because he was so totally vilified. he said he lived for 88 days, afraid of being arrested for a crime he didn't commit. is that fair, that comparison, in this case? >> i understand why they are making it, because it conjures up an image in our minds that is sympathetic to this woman. oftentimes, in this news cycle we live in, an initial story is a category 5, and then the followup is a category 1. there's usually not as much attention later on. in some cases, maybe, it is comparable. but i don't -- we don't know enough in this case to know if it's really a fair comparison. >> you wrote this opinion piece on cnn.com even before the statement from the lawyer, from this mother. do you stand by it, the fact th
voice named mel. >> how frustrating is it for you to not hear your voice? >> frustrating for a while but i have learned to be thankful that i could still communicate through the use of technology. >> this is the state of the art of that technology. the tobi i 15. >> the camera found my eyes? >> yes. exactly. >> what happens is the camera looks at how the light is reflecting out of your eye. >> because the computer is sending out infrared rays all of the dark spots in your eyes absorb those rays and the light computer? is that right? >> exactly. >> now calibrated to my gaze, they work the keyboard like fingers. they are almost 2000 preprogrammed words or phrases that i can choose from or i can type my own. >> it's not easy. >> hello. my name is shini. >> you probably don't want a male voice? >> hello. my name is shini. >> hello my name is shini? >> hello. my name is shini. >> computer generated voices have been around awhile. it's widely recognized this person. >> rut ger come up here. come on boy. >> go get it. a little kiss at the same time? >> tony has been silenced by her als but
to accommodate those dlf projects and how deeply can we search for projects like cal trans like mel assessment district for downtown and they pay their fair share given that they'll benefit from the transit improvements in the transit center area. number three, what commitments can the mta and the mayor can back field the gaps by the blf given the mayor stated support. lastly, i'll do my best that my office and i are following up with you and fill the hole, but thank you for the presentation. >> thank you. in terms of flexibility of the different projects, there are some thing that's were proposed for the funding that are not go-bond such as fleet. state law -- everything else or most of the left of it is somewhat flexible and the ordinance is awarded that we do on have that flexibility. with regard to the cal tran contribution, we as the city, i believe also the transportation authority signed an mou committing to $60 million worth of funding. this is a possible source for that funding. it doesn't preclude us exploring other sources but i think we do want to send a strong signal to our reg
. oakland is all about winning right now. that while billy beane wend after smardzija and ham mel. they both have e.r.a.s under three. bob melvin saying smardzija will make his first start as an a tomorrow. >> not only a good arm, but he is quite the come competitor, he football mentality and take is it out to the mound, and when you have that kind of presence on the mound, the guys feel good about it. >> to make move, tammy milone has been optioned to triple-a sacramento. he pitched a gem last night. the a's and blue jays play tonight at 7:00. >> the giants playing a late afternoon game in san diego. can they stop the bleeding? they've one shut out three of the last five games, no shutout today. 1-0 giants in the fourth right knew. >> belgium slipped past team u.s.a. in the round of 16. no such luck against argentina in the world cup quarter finals. messi advancing for the first time since 1990. the pass deflected. then the round-house in. 55th minute, one on offend. through the legs. off the crossbar. would have been an amazing goal. stoppage time. messi turned away. if you're watching you
have gotten behind the campaign, including mel c. from the spice girls. >> any donation, big or small, join the revolution. >> the good thing, she's exceeded her goal of raising $85,000 for this campaign. >> we can do it together. >> we although that car shopping is so difficult, so difficult to make up your mind as to what you want. check this guy out. he's in russia at a mercedes-benz dealership, taking a look at the brand-new, beautiful mercedes-benz g-350, pricey. >> the g-wagon. >> looking at more than $100,000 worth of luxury vehicle. this lady here showing him. looks like it's wrapped up she's unzipping and zipping up the cover so the guy can see it. watch what he does. >> right through the chain link fence. he picked that one because he knew it was powerful, right to the fence. >> went right through the fence, escaped. the poor sales girl left scratching her head wondering what happened. the guy got away. police are looking for him. >> you know what? >> doesn't have a license plate. >> vin number. no registration to track it to anybody. >> wonder if they're moving the rest of
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